Tickets for the 2017 editions of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom are now on sale, Walt Disney World announced.
The holiday-driven events take place after the theme park has closed for the day, and they require a separate ticket from the normal park passes.
They are held on select evenings, and the prices vary by date. A good rule of thumb is that nights that are closer to the actual holiday cost more.
The prices for Not-So-Scary range from $74 to $115 ($69 to $110 for ages 3-9). The highest price is for Oct. 31, an evening that historically has been the first to sell out. The price for attending on Halloween is up $5 from 2016.
For the first time, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party will be held on two dates in late August. It extends through Nov. 1.
Prices for Very Merry range from from $89 to $109 ($84 to $104 for ages 3-9). The Christmas event runs on select nights between Nov. 9 — eight days after Not-So-Scary wraps up — and Dec. 21. The most expensive event nights are Dec. 19, 21 and 22.
Some discounts exist for annual passholders and Florida residents.
Both events include special holiday-related show, parades and fireworks. Not-So-Scary incorporates trick-or-treating throughout the park.
Tickets are available at disneyworld.com.